YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh
YWCA Greater Pittsburgh is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. We envision a community that advances education, opportunity, and equity regardless of gender, race, or background.
About YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh
Since its proud beginnings in 1867, YWCA Greater Pittsburgh has worked to empower women and girls, promote fairness and equity, and challenge social injustice. Today, YWCA serves more than 50,000 women, children, and families every year. We provide education and tools necessary to challenge racism. We erode health inequities by connecting families to affordable health care and navigating disadvantaged women toward improved breast health. We offer comprehensive services to struggling women and families including affordable child care and supportive housing. We nurture girls' educational ambitions, encouraging interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. We provide quality early care and education for children from low-income families, giving them the best chance for lifelong success.
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